Truly the best 3 days I have ever spent on vacation.
We were on an island the size of a football field.
We had no electricity from 8AM - 6PM each day.
The snorkeling was the best I have ever done.
We could walk in the water around the island for a good 1/2 - 3/4 of a mile.
We didn't have internet.
4 of us could have stayed forever....Boys 1 & 2 were happy to be going back to the land of WiFi.
The picture below is of the hotel rooms...they are on stilts in the water.
This picture is of Boy 3 eating the local cuisine for breakfast. Dried rabbit fish. It really was YUMMY!
Where are we?
Sorry for the shotty picture...I took it with my camera and then had to take a picture of it with my phone because I realized too late that I don't have the right software on hubby's computer to upload it.
Here are my hints from the 1st 2 nights of vacation....
The internet is horrible and many places advertise 'free facebook' which I am getting a kick out of
I am eating lots of mango
There are goats & chickens everywhere
The city itself is very dirty
I'm on an island that covers 65 km2 (25 sq mi), and is home to currently some 430,000 people
Below is a very popular mode of transportation
We flew to paradise. This is our own PRIVATE pool at our amazing villa in the southern hemisphere...
Where are we now?
The view as I set off on my morning run.
I ran on the beach - barefoot.
Where I am has the second busiest port in terms of total shipping tonnage.
It has one of the five busiest ports in the world.
And it is an island country made up of 63 islands.
Where am I?
This is a fun game I play with my Facebook friends.
(Yes, I stole it from Matt Laurer - Don't hate.)
And I just thought to myself, why not play it with you guys.
If you are a FB friend and you know where I was, don't play, anyone else feel free to guess.
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you
did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
― Maya Angelou
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